Wednesday, February 20, 2013

A blogger with habits

I have really been struggling with my blogging lately. Not that it is hard to do, and I honestly want to keep blogging. I believe that my problem is that I have new habits.

I don't know about you, but I am so stuck on old habits. When I was younger and went on the school bus every day, I had my favourite seat where you would find me every day. On McDonald's, I always order the same thing. Things like that. And when something stops me from keeping to my habits, I might be confused or upset, not having a plan B. And here lies my problem. I didn't have a plan B for blogging. Before I started working, I would sit in my armchair every evening, with my hooks or needles. And the next morning I would take pictures of whatever I made and maybe blog about it. Almost always about lunch time.

 And now? Well, I am usually at home two days a week. So I could blog then. But... I was too tired or not in the mood to spend last night in the armchair, working on something. So no blogging. Sometimes I do sit down, however, and make something I want to write about. But then There is no time to blog... Of course I know that I don't always need to have something to show. I have to get used to that... But a picture is always nice, right?

Alright, this is one of those things I've been meaning to blog about. My latest achievment in tatting. An E (for Elsa, my girl) and a bookmark I found too flippy to continue on. Both were made weeks ago... :)

Well, I hope I will find new habits. You just have to be patient with me for a while. :) I would like to say that I will talk to you soon, but I really have no idea... So, we'll meet when we meet!

1 comment:

  1. Well, Don't feel bad! We all have times where we wonder what the heck we're doing, or why. Where did my old patterns go, when did I change? I am not a blogger, but some days I feel like that is a safety issue, some days I would probably say some not so nice things, and of course, once it's out there... so, I just follow along, crochet as much as I can, and wish all well along their journey! Beautiful "E" by the way!! I remember my Grandmother doing that 40 years ago!! Not a craft I ever picked up.